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When Will the Heaven Begin?

Ally Breedlove with Ken Abraham

How do I get my book?

You can pick up your book at 2106 S. Tucker Street, Pittsburg, KS 66762 or email chiomicronrho@gmail.com to request shipment to your location.

How do I request this book?

How much does it cost?

This rental costs you nothing. It's free. We simply ask you to return it in a timely manner and in similar condition as you received it.

When do I return my book?

You can return your book to 2106 S. Tucker Street, Pittsburg, KS 66762 when you finish reading it. We don't have a time limit, but we do ask that you are respectful to others as we only have a limited quantity of each book.

What's this book all about?

On Christmas Day 2011, Ben Breedlove’s soul went to heaven. But it wasn’t his first time there. Ben suffered from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), a heart condition that posed a constant risk of sudden death. His condition, a thickening of the heart muscle, worsened over time, leaving him weak and fatigued. It also led Ben to some close calls medically, in particular cardiac arrest on four separate occasions, during which he felt the presence of angels and experienced the perfect peace of heaven.
Precocious and warm, Ben was close with his family and two siblings, and forged deep relationships with his friends. He loved to wakeboard and wakesurf, and he had dreams of visiting foreign countries around the world. He created the YouTube channels TotalRandomness512 and BreedloveTV, and cocreated the channel OurAdvice4You,  where he posted videos about everything from dating advice for girls to more serious topics like his spirituality and heart condition.
Unbeknownst to his parents and family, Ben created a two-part video called “This Is My Story,” in which he used flash cards to tell the world about his near-death experiences and his beckoning toward heaven.
When he died a short while later at the tender age of eighteen, his family and the rest of the world stumbled upon these videos. The world responded with overwhelming acceptance of the message Ben shared.
Ben’s vision of heaven was his gift to his family, and to the world. And now this is the Breedlove family’s gift to us—an in-depth look at the life and near-deaths of Ben, the strength and faith of a family, and, ultimately, the hope of heaven.
Do you believe in Angels or God? I Do.—Ben Breedlove